Ski Resorts Offering Lodging And Lift Deals

Ski Deals

Ski Deals (Courant file photo / January 19, 2013)

Looks like it's going to be all downhill for skiers and snowboarders in New England this winter.

The Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting arctic blasts and above-normal snowfall — which means the ski season should start early and run late. But lift tickets, lessons, gear, lodging and meals can be expensive — especially if you're getting the whole family out on the slopes.

Book a ski and stay vacation though, and you can save money — and get a variety of perks, such as free clinics, equipment rentals and kids' activities, as well.

Just about every ski area offers combo lodging and lift deals. Most are based on availability and black-out dates can apply. Prices can change; and many do not include taxes and service fees, so be sure to check details before booking.

>>At Stratton Mountain in Stratton, Vt., the Stay for Free Package includes two nights lodging and three days skiing for about the cost of a three-day lift ticket. The package, based on double occupancy, runs about $478 for two and is available at the Liftline Lodge and Black Bear Lodge during select midweek, non-holiday periods. You can also sign up for email alerts for last-minute deals at www.stratton.com.

>>Bromley Mountain (Vermont) Ski Resort offers ski-and-stay getaways for two people starting at $349 per night. Weekday packages includes one night accommodations and two 1-day ski tickets and weekend package include two nights stay and two 2-day ski tickets. (Based availability; not valid on holidays and additional black-out dates may apply.) Information: www.bromley.com.

>>Stay at the Country Inn at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Hancock, Mass., midweek, (Sunday through Thursday, non-holiday periods), and kids under ski free with a ticketed adult. (Offer available 1/05/15 through 3/26/15 and some restrictions apply.) Book at 800-882-8859. Information: www.jiminypeak.com.

>>Inns, bed-and-breakfasts, hotels and motels around Mount Sunapee in Newbury, N.H., offer two-night weekend packages that include Friday and Saturday night lodging, breakfasts and a Mt. Sunapee all-mountain, two-day lift ticket. Based on double occupancy, prices range from $204 to $399 per person, depending on accommodations selected. Information: www.mountsunapee.com.

>>Take the family to Children's Festival Week, Jan. 12 to 16, at Sugarloaf Mountain Resort in Maine and take advantage of special events and activities for families on and off the slopes. Packages include lodging, lift tickets, and ski school programs — plus kids 14 and under get free lift tickets, rentals, and clinics. Prices start at $77 per person per night. Information: www.sugarloaf.com.

>>Midweek ski and stay packages at Ski Butternut in Great Barrington, Mass., start at $45 a night and include lift tickets and lodging. (Some restrictions.) Information: www.skibutternut.com.

>>You can also find lodging and lift ticket deals at a number of websites, including www.visitnewengland.com and www.familyskitrips.com.

>>Skiers with flexible schedules can find discounts of as much as 50 percent on resort and lift packages at a variety of resorts at www.LastMinuteSkiGetaways.com.

>>Snowpak.com features a range of deals, including free nights, last minute specials and kids ski free.

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